2018 Data Integrity Summit
November 9, 2018
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM MT
|8:00-8:30||Breakfast and Networking|
|8:30-8:45||Welcome and Introductions
Mackenzie Higgins, Just Associates, Inc.
|8:45-9:30||Patient Identity Management in a Health Information
Karla Mills, MBA, MS, Quality Assurance Director
Colorado Regional Health Information Organization
The session will detail how CORHIO has approached a
Patient Identity Management process across the HIE.
It will include the challenges, considerations, and risks
in creating a scalable solution across the community,
contributing systems, and data flows.
|9:30-10:30||The Epic Clinical Pertinence/Verification Process:
Why and how do I answer the question?
Lauren Clatterbuck, RHIT
End User question perception is the motivating factor
for breaking down the clinical pertinence/verification
questions in the Epic workflow process. What is the
purpose of clinical pertinence/verification and what
data element is being considered in each question?
We will discuss how those elements are compared in
documentation across different health care specialties
and how electronic medical record software plays a
part in the process.
|10:45-11:30||Using Analytics to Drive Integrated Decision
Kristy Thorson, RHIT, CHDA, CPHI, Business
With a push towards analytics, it is easier to identify
the work being done, work that needs refinement
and future areas to explore. In this session, we will
look at how analysis of web portal data has impacted
the organization’s release of information department.
|12:30-1:15||The Data Governance Journey
Kerri L Webster, RN, MS CPHIMSS, Chief Analytics
Officer, Executive Director Analytics Resource Center
Children's Hospital Colorado
Kenzie Jacobs, Business Operations Manager
Analytics Resource Center
Children's Hospital Colorado
In this discussion we will outline the approach towards
a multidisciplinary model of data governance that
supports the organizational priorities of providing
trusted data sources and standards.
|1:30-2:15||Data Detectives: Medical Identity Theft and
Kelly Thomas Hoffmann, Data Integrity Specialist
Denver Health and Hospital Authority
An overview of facts and figures with anecdotes from
Denver’s safety net hospital, Kelly will share his
investigative strategies and workflows in solving the
mysteries of medical identity theft.
Grant Landsbach, RHIA, CHDA, MSHA, System
Manager Data Governance & Interoperability
Bring your challenges and seek advice or share your
unique experiences and successes in this open
group discussion with your fellow HIM professions.
St. Joe’s Hospital
Russel Pavilion Rainer Auditorium and Sterne Elder Conference Room (connecting rooms)
1375 E 19th Ave
Denver, CO 80218
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